Hi, i am struggling to think of how I am actually going to get the point across of the difference between words with 'f' and 'ff' in and the easiest way to explain this. My resources are sorted (Jolly Phonics Big Book and Phonics Play games incorporating the two sounds) and then a follow up activity. How would I structure the initial taught part of the session? I was thinking of saying something like although 'f' and 'ff' sound the same, 'ff' has a slightly 'longer' sound and appears in different words (e.g. cuff, puff etc) and then give examples of words with 'f' in. Is this enough or what other explanation can I add? we are going to write the graphemes in the 'air' and I will write the examples of the words on the board. I am a trainee and this is my first Reception taught session. Thanks!